Synonyms for chikai or Related words with chikai

otona              inochi              tenshi              omoide              hajimete              tsukiyo              hajimari              koibito              kanashimi              negai              unmei              hitotsu              shiawase              yakusoku              hanayome              bokura              namida              anata              jikan              nanatsu              mieru              tatakai              omoi              maboroshi              mukou              kakera              hanashi              ashita              kimochi              wakare              kioku              boku              kodomo              yoru              kanojo              naisho              tobira              hitori              shinjitsu              shiranai              kamisama              futatsu              itoshi              watashi              kiseki              tsuma              tameni              kekkon              kodoku              tabidachi             



Examples of "chikai"
Keyhole Inc. founders include John Hanke, Chikai Ohazama, Mark Aubin, Phil Keslin, and Avi Bar-Zeev. Advisory founders include Brian McClendon, Michael Jones, Chris Tanner, and Rémi Arnaud.
Hotaru no Hikari is a 1877 Japanese song based on the music of "Auld Lang Syne" with lyrics by Chikai Inagaki.
"Ryū ga Gotoku 0: Chikai no Basho", a prequel to the original game, was announced August 24, 2014. It was released on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in March 2015 in Japan.
Momoiro Clover Z provided the theme song, "Z no Chikai" which will be released as their fifteenth single on April 29, 2015, for the "" theatrical anime film. The group also voiced the Angels at the end of the film.
Hiōden: Mamono-tachi tono Chikai is a video game that was published in 1992 by Telenet Japan and developed by their Wolfteam subsidiary. It was released on the NEC PC-98 in the same year. The game was later ported to the Super Famicom in 1994. Its subtitle could be translated as "Legend of the Scarlet King".
Her 2012 "Mitsubachi" tour concluded with an announcement at her New Year's Eve concert of a new full-length album of songs written and composed solely by Sakamoto, as well as a short concert tour to support it. The album, titled "Singer Song Writer", featured two new versions of Sakamoto's previous compositions "Everywhere" and "Chikai", as well as eight original tracks.
The series use two pieces of theme music. The Japanese Opening theme is "ZORRO", and the Japanese ending theme is "Chikai" (誓い; "Oath"). Both songs are sung by the Japanese vocalist Masaaki Endoh, and are used for the 51 episodes which aired in Japan.
Katō Kiyomasa is a character in the Koei video games "Kessen", "Kessen III", "Samurai Warriors 3", "Samurai Warriors 4", "Mōri Motonari: Chikai no Sanshi" and "Age of Empires III". He is a playable character in "Pokémon Conquest" ("Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition" in Japan), with his partner Pokémon being Fraxure and Haxorus.
Gothic Lolita Propaganda is Yōsei Teikoku's first major debut album, released on April 25, 2007. It features the singles "Ashita wo Yurushite", "Valkyrja", "Noble Roar" and "Senketsu no Chikai" as well as most of the coupling songs from each and some previously unreleased material.
Yozuca* (born March 21 in Kumamoto) is a Japanese female singer. She performs songs mainly for games and anime and is known especially for her vocal contributions to the "Da Capo" series. Her debut was in 2002 with the song "Da Capo: dai-2 botan no chikai", used as the theme song for the adult PC game "".
"Z no Chikai" is the theme song of the "Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F" anime film, which Momoiro Clover Z's members also perform in by voicing "angels from hell." The lyrics to the song were written by Yukinojo Mori and inspired by the "Dragon Ball" series.
In fiction, Kōsa usually appears with the name Honganji Kennyo. Kennyo appears as a non-playable character in Koei's video games "Samurai Warriors", "Kessen III" and "Mōri Motonari: Chikai no Sanshi", and as a playable character in Capcom's "Sengoku Basara 2", where he is depicted as an obese, greedy leader of a religious sect.
In 2007, Maeda moved to Horipro. In 2008, he made his first starring role when he played Keiichi Maebara in the film "Higurashi no Naku Koro ni". Maeda later played the same role in its sequel "Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Chikai" in 2009. In 2010, he made his stage debut when he played the leading role in "Byakkotai the Idol".
Written by Tsugano Kafū and Chikamtsu Yasuzō, the "Hiko-san Gongen chikai no sukedachi" was first performed as a "ningyō jōruri" play in 1786. It gained popularity and was adopted as a kabuki play in the next year. It was set in the Azuchi-Momoyama period, when Toyotomi Hideyoshi was about to reunify Japan:
Unlike other main tracks from previous singles, "Seishunfu" has only a short version from their music video available on YouTube (reduced to 2'00"), and the full version (included only in a bonus disc in Limited Edition A) was not released. Instead releasing a full PV from "Seishunfu", clips from "Maku ga Agaru" were uploaded from the official MCZ channel prior to the release of "Z no Chikai".
The music video for "Z no Chikai" was directed by Masatsugu Nagasoe and takes its theme from Akira Toriyama's "Dragon Ball" universe with the members of Momoiro Clover Z dressed as its characters. Kanako Momota is dressed as Son Goku, Shiori Tamai as Vegeta, Ayaka Sasaki as a mix of Bulma and Trunks, Momoka Ariyasu as Chaozu, and Reni Takagi as Piccolo. All of them also dress as the villain Freeza towards the end of the video.
The band had its first oneman at the Urawa Narciss on 21 September 2003. It was completely sold out. One day later, they sold their first single Debutsen ~minna no chikai hen~ which sold out the same day, it has not been printed again. Panic Channel kept on performing, most of the time at the Meguro Rock May Kan. Towards the end of the year, they released their first mini-album.
On May 31, 2006, Atsushi privately became the vocalist of Jealkb, making his indie debut with the song "metronone", which made it to the top of the indie charts. He performed live with his band on April 2007 and made their major debut with the song "Chikai", released on October 31, 2007. He is the leader and singer of the band and the band as so far released 9 singles and 2 albums.
The songwriter returned to "Dragon Ball" in 2009 when he wrote a couple songs for "Dragon Ball Kai", including "Yeah! Break! Care! Break!". For 2015's "Fukkatsu no F" film, he wrote lyrics inspired by the series for its theme song "Z no Chikai". That year he also wrote "Chōzetsu☆Dynamic!" by Kazuya Yoshii of The Yellow Monkey, which is the opening theme song of "Dragon Ball Super".
In early 2000, Tokio released the album "Yesterday & Today". Following the release of the single "Doitsu Mo Koitsu Mo" in early 2001, Tokio switch recording labels from Sony Music Entertainment to UMG. From the following single, "Oh!Heaven" was the theme song for "Tengoku ni Ichiban Chikai Otoko", a drama that starred Matsuoka, and "Hitoribotchino haburashi" was the theme song for "Mukodono!", a drama starring Tomoya Nagase. From then on, the majority of subsequently released singles would be used as theme songs for dramas starring members of Tokio. In December 2001, the first album under Universal Music, "5 Ahead", was released.